Fun visual and kinaesthetic activities. with plenty of speaking and listening, encouraging children to use the appropriate mathematical vocabulary. Typical questions range from, 'What are 3 lots of 4?' ..... to ...... 'What is the product of 8 and 4?' ..... to .... 'What are the first 12 multiples of 4?' ..... to .... recognising and explaining quotient and dividend.
Emphasis is given to learning division facts alongside the multiplication facts, to encourage understanding of the inverse relationship between the two operations.
5 differentiated 'chatterboxes' suitable for all abilities; use as starter, plenary, brain break, small group work, intervention groups, etc ... and popular with parents as homework.
Nail those times tables facts.
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